God Can Indeed Help Us in Hard Times | President Henry B. Eyring boar tempest master Jesus

God Can Indeed Help Us in Hard Times | President Henry B. Eyring

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The darkness that comes when we experience difficulty can make us feel isolated and alone. However, when Jesus Christ atoned for us in the Garden of Gethsemane, He didn’t just do so for our sins. He also felt the pain and loneliness we feel when trials surface. No matter how unknown the path ahead may be, there is always One who has walked the same path and can lead us along.

Knowing this, I promise that we can feel both joy and optimism during our trialsβ€”not just because we expect times to become better or easier, but because we trust Him. We trust Him enough to pray and ask for help. We trust that He perfectly understands how we feel during these times. This will give us the confidence that somehow, everything will be well.

 

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